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Oversupply stifles the joy of learning

    The developmental process of a child is already complicated enough, so oversupply is counterproductive. You can’t force or anticipate certain developments, such as language acquisition. It is also pointless to offer things that cannot yet be processed. This can even lead to the offer being rejected once and for all.

    Above all, however, children become insecure as a result: They doubt their own perception with regard to what is really important for them. But if they are allowed to take their development process into their own hands – with the support of parents and educators – they also learn to trust their own sensibilities more and more.

    Children and adolescents have phases from time to time in which they lose their desire to learn. This is usually the case when they become frustrated in acquiring knowledge or learning new skills, whether through failure or unpleasant emotional experiences with people involved.